So...on the one hand, the final speed isn`t reached yet...BUT : The track lengh of the first hill and the first inversion is huge...in my experince you realize the real speed of a coaster when you ride it...the big ones often look slower from the outside than they are.
Well, we`ll see...
So if this video is showing the train going in 2/3 of the real speed, why can't anyone, that know some video editing, increase the speed of it about 50% and then you would have an instant video that shows the real speed.
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